Hey all! I know this blog has been a little quiet, but behind the scenes, things have been very busy at LeBash. I have some big dreams for this business and I've been working on some plans for a new offering that will allow us to better help our clients create one-of-a-kind, unique, and beautifully designed celebration. Helping clients create events that bring people together, strengthen families a relationships, and create priceless memories is my passion. I'm really excited about what we've got in the works, and I can't share too much yet, but hopefully I can in the next few months... Make sure to follow me on instagram where I'll be posting hints from time to time.
On a less-cryptic note, I wanted to share some pictures of the flowers from our wedding day! As the bride, those days leading up the wedding were intense. We did ALL the flowers, and wowza it was A LOT of work. But so worth it -- I had the flowers of my dreams, and for me, it was so much more meaningful knowing they were my own designs.
When arranging flowers, I try to use a a variety of sizes and mix textures, and I wanted a romantic, organic, and loose aesthetic for our wedding flowers. For focal flowers (or the larger flowers), I used garden roses, peonies, and dahlias. As secondary flowers (smaller flowers), I went with ranunculas, anemones, scabiosa, and godetia. For texture and character, I used hanging amaranthus, jasmine vine, hypericum berries, almond blossom branches, and chocolate lace flowers, and for greens I used olive leaf branches, bay leaf branches, salal, pit, and dusty miller. For filler flowers, I used carnations and spray roses.